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@rebel_city wrote:

I work in Marketing in Dublin. Mail shots are a huge part of many companies communications strategy. However, you have to be aware of peoples perception of “junk mail”. There’s a company, http://www.snazzybags.com , they produce flashy, modern packaging – ideal for mail shots. You can get a free sample. They’re based in Dublin. It’s a good way of getting YOUR message noticed when it comes through the letterbox. I’ve seen them where I work and they’re good.

Cheers. Will check this option out.

@rebel_city wrote:

a decent website always adds to the credibility of a company.

Agreed. I am working on this myself at the moment. I should have enough skills in this department to get a reasonably presentable website off the ground.

@rebel_city wrote:

The golden pages is always a winner, a few ads, if your budget allows it, in relative trade journals etc.

Is the golden pages really as worthwhile as it once was? I know a family member who has cancelled his ad with them – said it was a waste of time anymore relative to the cost. I suppose it depends on the product/service offered.

@rebel_city wrote:

Look into Google AdWords also – so if someone googles “energy rating ireland” then your company site will be high up on the list!

Yeah – I think this would be worthwhile -in principal. Need to check it out further to see how much they charge.
@rebel_city wrote:

But the mail shots are definately worthwhile – clear message, with contact details, have a unique selling point: The first energy rating co. in the country, will call to your house – personalised service etc.. Sorry don’t know enough about what exactly the business would entail! Do follow up calls after to send the mail shots to confim the right person got it etc.

Its something I will have to put a bit of thought into if I go to the trouble & expense of it.

Thanks for posting.

I would still be very interested to get feedback from any architects on here. Would you be likely to retain the details of at least one (energy audit) service provider for the benefit of your clients ie. builders & developers. Or would I be better off targeting them directly?

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